Off campus student affairs
Many students move off-campus during their time at University.
Here, you will find everything you need to know to help and support you as a member of your local community.
We've got plenty of advice and guidance on what it takes to be a good neighbour and how to get involved with your community.
You'll also find information about crime prevention and staying safe as well as the all important helpful hints on house-hunting.
To keep up to date with what is going on off-campus, follow us on Twitter, or visit our blog.
Are you registered to vote?
Are you registered to vote in the next General Election? If you haven’t already registered online then the answer is probably no.
The Government has made some changes to how people register to vote this year. The introduction of Individual Electoral Registration (IER) means that each individual now needs to register online in order to be eligible to vote. Registering takes around 5 minutes and you’ll need your National Insurance number to hand (if you have one).
Register to vote online now.
For more information about IER visit GOV.UK
A number of you will choose to live with friends off campus during your time in Nottingham. If you do so, please remember to be respectful of your neighbours, keep the noise down and empty your bins.
When you have decided who you would like to live with, follow our simple steps to make sure you secure your perfect student accommodation. If you are still unsure of anything, why not visit our accommodation website.
Get top tips on how to keep your property safe with the 'Love Your Stuff' campaign, including the use of Smart Water and Immobilize. Also find out what the University and local police are doing to help students stay clear of crime.